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9/20/13 6:39 A

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great ideas. Thanks.

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Need more hours in your day? Here you go! Do these mini challenges, and you’ll find them!
1) Make an Effort to Limit Social Media You don't need to avoid social media….you just need to limit it. Social media can soak up A LOT of hours each day. If you find yourself spending tons of time on the Internet socializing, then you definitely need to set limits. Allow yourself 15 minutes each day, or set aside 10 minutes in the morning and 10 minutes before bed.

2) Eliminate Distractions When you're working on something that needs your focus, turn off your phone, close your door, work on it at the library, pull down your window shade...Do whatever you have to do to eliminate the distraction(s) causing you to fall behind on what you're attempting to complete.

3) Find Your Most Productive Time Plan your day according to when you are the most productive. For instance, if you are a morning person, plan your most difficult tasks in the morning when you have the most energy. OR maybe you're a night owl? Then work on the important stuff after dinner.

4) Make Checklists A wonderful timesaving tool is the checklist. You can have a checklist for just about anything, such as a ‘Bedroom Cleaning Checklist’ or ‘Jenny's Morning Checklist’. You get the idea. A checklist will remind you HOW to do things as well as WHAT to do.

5) Find Homes for Your Belongings Your personal possessions need to have ‘homes’. That is, a particular area where they are stored. When an item is homeless, it tends to get lost, and when things get lost, you or other family members can spend minutes, hours, days, or months (sometimes even years) searching for those items. Stop the constant scavenger hunts. Designate homes for all your homeless items, and put those items back in their homes when you're done with them.

Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord of hosts. Zechariah 4:6 NKJV

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